About the Women in MBA (WiMBA) Partnership
This partnership has three components:
- Financial: Curtin will double the contribution of the employer (to a maximum of $20,000). In order to qualify, employers need to contribute a minimum of $10,000.
- On-the-ground: employers will provide logistical and practical support to enable the recipient to attend class, complete assignments and undertake study.
- Guidance and advice: the employer will pair the recipient with in-house mentors to provide guidance throughout the MBA and help them develop a post-MBA career pathway.
Find out how the WiMBA Scholarship is helping Claudia, a Client Services Manager at Commonwealth Bank, achieve her MBA.
Your employee needs to submit a written application to Curtin, accompanied by a signed letter of support from you, the employer, before the application deadline.
In completing and signing the letter of employer support, you agree to provide the financial, practical and developmental support.
For information on the scholarship, application deadline, employee application form and letter of employer support, please visit the Curtin Scholarships website.
About the Scholarship Program
Download our employer flyer for more information about Curtin’s WiMBA Scholarships.
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